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  • 1. A PostmodernAuthorJacques Derrida(1930-2004)
    By Bolognese Lis and Caggiano, Aurorina
  • 2.
    • Introduction
    • 3. He was born in Algeria, July 15 in 1930
    • 4. He is the founder of DECONSTRUCTION .
    • 5. He best known work is Of Gramatology
    • 6. Derrida is arguably the most best known philosopher of contemporary times.
    • About his life
    • 7. Derrida began the school in 1942.
    • 8. He started to think about philosophy.
    • 9. He married Marguerite Aucounturier in 1964 , in Boston.
    • He taught soldier´s children of the military service, in the War of Independence.
    • 10. He also taught philosophy at different Universities.
    • 11. In 2002 he made a documentary about himself.
    • 12. In 2003 Derrida was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer.
    • 13. In 2004 he died in a Parisian Hospital.
  • What does deconstruction mean?
    • Deconstruction is the name given to an approach.
    • 14. It is not purely negative.
    • 15. It exposes the various binary oppositions that undergird our dominat ways of thinking.
    • 16. Deconstruction wants to show that in a text you can find different meaning and ways of interpretate it.
    • Deconstruction has had an enormous influence in many fields (pschology, litarary, cultural studies, linguistics, feminism, sociology and anthropology)
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  • 17. Sources:
    • www.wikipedia.com
    • 18. www.youtube.com
  • Thank you!